In December 2015, HRV invested $5,880,000 in Terry Reilly Health Services, a FQHC in Nampa, Idaho.
This project is the rehabilitation of two rural grocery stores located in food deserts in small towns in Idaho and Montana.
In 2012, to help residents of Northern Idaho gain better access to health care, as well as to increase job creation, Montana CDC, a Community Development Entity based in Missoula, Montana, provided $11.3 million in NMTC financing to support an expansion project of the Kootenai Medical Center in Coeur D’Alene.
The Center for Women and Children provides transitional housing, therapy, counseling and education.
New construction of a building that houses for distribution goods sold in convenience and small grocery stores.
The New Market Tax Credit program provides a vital financial instrument for economic development entities nationally. It can be the difference between making a project pencil and not, and we fully support its continuation.